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Rotary Club of Saginaw Celebrates 100th Anniversary Showcasing a Broad Spectrum of Regional Talent

2014 is a big year for the Rotary Club of S ..more
 

2014 ONE BOOK, ONE COMMUNITY SELECTION “THE BURNING OF RACHEL HAYES” BY DOUG ALLYN”

The Public ..more
 

The Militarization of America’s Police

With Saginaw County's Recent Acquisition of a $700,000 Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicle Are We Turning Cops into Soldiers?

While it is easy to understand why police like to be better ..more
 

Raqs Mystique • New Venue on Hamilton Street Fuses Fitness with the Affirmative Energy of Middle Eastern Dance

If you are a woman who regardless of age or experience levels is seeking a n ..more
 

28th Review Music Awards Update

With our 28th Annual Review Music Awards Ceremony happening ..more

 

The Grandest Hat Lady

Easter is coming and it's not hard to guess who will be ..more
 

WIRETREE • Strong Songwriting & Americana Folk Spirit Brings the Finest Band in the Lone Star State to Bemo’s & Thunderbrew Coffee House on April 18 & 19th

Wiretree may be the best kept music secret outside of Austin, Texas.
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The Fundamentals of Style

David Strouse Benefit Performance at St. Presbyterian Church Sets High Standard

Although the sun was shining through the stai ..more

 
Politics

The Militarization of America’s Police

Race for the Governorship: MARK SCHAUER

Baby Boomers or the ‘Flowers of Algernon Generation’?

Legislative Update: MICHIGAN LEGISLATORS TAKE MOVES TO REFORM ASSET FORFEITURE LAWS

Legislative Update: Tax Cut Fever? Happy New Year!

Arts & Entertainment

Saginaw On Stage Preview

28th Review Music Awards Update

WIRETREE • Strong Songwriting & Americana Folk Spirit Brings the Finest Band in the Lone Star State to Bemo’s & Thunderbrew Coffee House on April 18 & 19th

The Fundamentals of Style

28th Review Music Awards Spotlight: SPITZER

Culture

2014 ONE BOOK, ONE COMMUNITY SELECTION “THE BURNING OF RACHEL HAYES” BY DOUG ALLYN”

Raqs Mystique • New Venue on Hamilton Street Fuses Fitness with the Affirmative Energy of Middle Eastern Dance

The Grandest Hat Lady

The Fundamentals of Style

TONIA CARRIER: Saginaw Filmmaker Opens the Lens With Her First Full Length Feature Film ‘Selling Stupid’ & Offers a Unique Chance to Become an ‘Extra’ and Enjoy Unique Live Entertainment at Whistling Idiots Theatre in Bay City

News

Top 10 Most Censored Stories • 2013 (Part 2)

The Top 10 Most Censored Stories • 2013

Setting the Stage for THE WOODCUTTERS BALL

Saginaw County Commissioner Chairman Michael Hanley Delivers the Annual ‘State of the County’ Address for 2014

Friends of Hoyt Park Draw Thousands to Downtown Saginaw for a Second Season of Winter Events & the First Annual ‘Out House Race’ on February 15th

Sports

Loons drop Weekday game to Cedar Rapids 11-2

Great Lakes Loons open the 2014 season

Great Lakes Loons prepare for the 2014 season

Tigers 2014 Opener with victory over the Royals

Spirit drop second straight in Niagara 4-2 to the Ice Dogs Friday Night:

Local Music

Saginaw On Stage Preview

The Fundamentals of Style

Chance The Arm for Traditional Irish or a Short Rockabilly Term in Jackson County Jail"

Introducing TREBLE MAKERS Music Studio

28th Review Music Awards Spotlight: SPITZER

 
 
 
 
 
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